Great Motorcycle Roads in Georgia

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From the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains to the coastal lowlands, Georgia has a variety of diverse landscapes to ride through. There's a number of National Forests, historical sites, and scenic byways to explore by motorcycle. Below are some of the best motorcycle roads in Georgia.  Click on each map links for the direct Google Maps route. 

Stonepile Gap to Suches

Routes 180, 19 (27 miles)

Try out the challenging twisties around Vogel State Park, and loop south down Route 19 in the southern portion of Chattahoochee National Forest for an exceptional ride through the forest.

via Google Maps

via Google Maps

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Columbust to FDR State Park Loop

Routes 27, 190, 27Alt (59 miles)

Take this route up from Columbus to FD Roosevelt State Park for great views. Crossing through various farm land, mountain scenery, and some curvy roads through the wooded areas of western Georgia. In addition, these roads are clean and well maintained.

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Tennga to Ellijay

Routes 411, 52 (41 miles)

​There's some great forest scenery and great curves along this route, especially on Hwy 52 through Fort Mountain State Park. The roads here have generally very good pavement for riding as well. Enjoy Georgia's back country on this great motorcycle route.

via Google Maps

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Richard Russell Scenic Parkway Loop

Routes 75, 180, 348

Start this route from Helen and travel north on the challenging Unicoi Turnpike, circling around back via the fantastic Russell Scenic Hwy. With the exception of Helen, most riders experience very little traffic on these roads. Optionally take the short, twisty road up to Brasstown Bald (GA's highest point) for great views overlooking Chattahoochee Forest.

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via Google Maps

via Google Maps